Franklin, TN – EnableComp announced today that Jason Wallis has joined the company as the new Chief Technology Officer. Wallis brings over 20 years of healthcare experience leading technical and product teams with a passion for innovation and solving complex problems, including his most recent role at Availity where he served as Vice President, Product Management and Payer Solutions. He has held various product leadership roles focusing on product strategy in the Pre-Service and Clinical space and began his career in software development. He served as Senior Vice President of Data and Network Operations at Passport Health Communications, which was later acquired by Experian Health.
As CTO for EnableComp, Wallis is responsible for the long-range direction of the company’s technology functions, including their proprietary software, Enforcer360, which is the most efficient provider-based comprehensive workflow engine in the marketplace. With built-in reimbursement modeling, underpayment identification, and automated denials management features, Enforcer360 provides the highest yield and best-in-class outcomes, giving clients more revenue in less time. Every additional claim makes the software AI “smarter” and enhances the data-driven RPA leading to a real bottom-line impact for providers.
Wallis succeeds Kevin Hulvey, who retired in March 2022 after almost 8 years of dedication to EnableComp.
“Jason Wallis is a driven leader who is known for his operational success and will play an integral role in the continual investment and development of our technology that is unmatched in the industry,” said Randy Dobbs, CEO at EnableComp. “His extensive healthcare IT experience will allow us to continue delivering excellence to our partners as we expand our product suite.”
“EnableComp is uniquely positioned to make a big impact in the revenue cycle space and solve industry challenges through real innovation and superior performance,” said Wallis. “I look forward to joining this team and culture that exemplifies all of the best qualities in a successful company.”
Wallis earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Austin Peay State University and graduated with honors as a Welch Scholar from the Jack Welch Management Institute where he earned his Master of Business Administration in 2017.
EnableComp partners with over 1000 healthcare providers to manage Veterans Administration, Workers’ Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident/TPL, Out-of-State Medicaid and Long-Term Denials/ERISA appeals. Related services cover day 1 outsourcing, A/R management, and zero balance recovery. They also offer solutions for commercial and government denials for all payers. Clients are positioned to ensure maximum and timely reimbursement of their complex claims while improving overall yield, cash acceleration, and decreasing the cost to collect. They are also among the top one percent of companies to make the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States for the last eight years. To learn more, visit: enablecomp.com.
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